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Dragons burn men’s lax in overtime

May 19, 2005 • 0
The season did not end in the way the members of the men’s lacrosse team wanted, but they still fought to the finish together as a team. The Bulldogs (7-5, 3-3 Ivy) tried to hold off a fierce comeback from Drexel (9-5) but fell to the Dragons in overtime, 10-9, at Soccer- Lacrosse Stadium April »
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Rain sends men’s laxers to sidelines

April 28, 2005 • 0
The men’s lacrosse team was denied the chance to pick up a redeeming win, but the Elis still managed to accomplish their most important goal — returning to the kind of cohesive play that won them many games earlier in the season. Although they were working together well on attack and defense, the Bulldogs (7-4, »
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Cantab run stuns No. 16 men’s lacrosse

April 25, 2005 • 0
BOSTON, MASS. — While the men’s lacrosse team reveled in their string of underdog wins earlier this season, they did not appreciate being on the other side Saturday. The No. 16 Elis (7-4, 3-3 Ivy) were upset by Harvard (5-5, 2-3), 11-4, in a game that saw the Cantabs play with the kind of gritty »
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Hungry men’s lax hosts Harvard

April 22, 2005 • 1
Falling to Dartmouth Wednesday may have been heartbreaking, but the men’s lacrosse team is not going to let disappointment get in the way of a chance for revenge on its ancient rival. After losing last year’s game on a buzzer beater, the No. 16 Elis (7-3, 3-2 Ivy) are ready to take on the Cantabs »
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Big Green trips up m. lax

April 21, 2005 • 0
Dartmouth gave the men’s lacrosse team a taste of its own medicine yesterday. After finding success for much of the season by possessing the ball better than their opponents, the No. 16 Bulldogs (7-3, 3-2 Ivy) fell to the No. 11 Big Green (5-3, 2-1) 15-10 in a contest in which turnovers and frustration combined »
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Women’s lax blows out Bears

April 21, 2005 • 0
Although the women’s lacrosse team was a little fed up with being on the road for the fourth game in a row, they did not let that hold them back from exploding again on the attack. After beating California 14-4 out west Sunday, the No. 20 Elis (8-6, 3-3 Ivy) built on their momentum by »
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M. lax faces huge test today

April 20, 2005 • 0
The men’s lacrosse team might have been hoping for a slight lull in its busy schedule after beating three ranked opponents in contests that were not decided until the final whistle. But the Bulldogs cannot let their guards down one bit in today’s game. The No. 16 Elis (7-2, 3-1 Ivy) take on No. 11 »
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Men’s lax upends Denver in OT

April 18, 2005 • 0
A game with 51 total turnovers may not have been pretty, but the aesthetics of play did not really matter to the men’s lacrosse team after it came from behind twice to eke out its third one-goal win of the season. The No. 18 Elis (7-2, 3-1 Ivy) snuck past No. 15 Denver (6-3) with »
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Men’s lax takes on Denver

April 15, 2005 • 0
Even though the men’s lacrosse team was recently ranked for the first time this season, the Elis are facing their third consecutive game as underdogs. But the Bulldogs’ tough schedule has not fazed them in the least. “We are still the underdogs every game that we go into,” captain DJ Barry ’05 said. “But we »
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Jacque ’06 will captain record-breaking w. hockey

April 13, 2005 • 1
Lisa Jacque ’06 does not hold any records for goals or assists on the women’s hockey team, but in the intangibles, she is an all-star. And because of that, her teammates elected her the 2005-2006 captain. Last night at the annual team banquet, Jacque was introduced as the 29th captain of a team that was »
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Men’s lacrosse thwarts Bears

April 11, 2005 • 0
Earlier this week, Tucker Foote ’02, who captained the men’s lacrosse team his senior year, sent a letter to this year’s team. The letter discussed how Yale had beaten Princeton in 2002 only to fall to Brown the next game — a loss that helped keep the Elis from making the NCAA Tournament that season. »
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Quarterback Mroz ’06 is elected next football captain

April 11, 2005 • 0
For people who just began following Yale football last season, the name Jeff Mroz ’06 probably does not ring a bell. But Mroz is ready to change that. Just before starting spring football practices, the Bulldogs voted to elect Mroz the 128th captain of a football program that is heading into its 133rd year. Although »